US-based soccer fans can now watch the World Cup with their own devices at home thanks to a new app that offers fans the ability to watch live coverage on any device.
With the world’s largest soccer stadium being set to open for soccer fans in 2022, it makes sense for some to stream the game from a home screen.
While it is not available for all sports, the United States has become a big-name international soccer hotspot thanks to the success of the USMNT and the CONCACAF Gold Cup.
The app, SoccerWatch, will allow soccer fans around the world to stream soccer games, which will be available on any devices that can stream soccer.
The goal is to help U.S. fans watch the most important matches in the world on any of the world-class mobile platforms, including iPhones, iPads, Android, and Windows 10 PCs.
It will also allow fans to watch all matches from a single location, meaning they can enjoy the games in the comfort of their home or work.
“Our goal is that we will make it easy for fans to access the best live soccer action anywhere in the globe, whether that’s in the home, the office, or anywhere else in their lives,” said David Shurkin, co-founder and CEO of SportsCrown.
“This will make for a much more engaged and passionate audience, which in turn will help the game grow in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Australia, Brazil and elsewhere.”
The app also includes streaming capabilities for both live and on-demand matches, and a dedicated dedicated section to provide access to live games and the most current results for each team.
The USM.NT is set to start play in the 2019 World Cup, with the USA’s group games being held in the fall.